Vendor Info

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Please note:
Update as of June 9, 2022: All indoor vendor spaces have been filled

Vendor Terms and Conditions
Event Date: July 16, 2022

The Greater Pine Island Chamber of Commerce (GPICC) will host a Mini MangoMania and Tropical Fruit Fair on July 16, 2022 at the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal Catholic Church , located at 12175 Stringfellow Rd, Bokeelia, FL. 33922.

The event will open to the public at 9AM and close at 4PM. Vendors will be allowed to set-up +/-  3 hours prior to the event, and shall not tear down prior to the close of the event.
The event will include artists, handcrafters, exhibitors, growers, seminars, music, kids activities,  and food vendors.

The following Terms and Conditions below are applicable to all event vendors, growers,
exhibitors, food providers, and others hereinafter referenced as “Vendor”.

____Vendor site set up will be Saturday morning from 6 AM – 8:45 AM
____No vendor will be permitted to stay overnight on the church property. No exceptions.
____Vendors are expected to remain open until the closing of the event (4 PM)
____Should inclement weather present itself, vendors shall secure their area. All tents should
be properly weighted, at all times, to ensure a safe and secure site for vendor and others.
____Each vendor will be given a site space and number. Do not set up elsewhere.
____The principle of FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED will be exercised. No site will be held
without all paperwork and payment. No space will be assigned without receipt of application and payment.
____All applications and payments are to be received by GPICC no later than June 15, 2021. A $15.00 late fee may be required for applications received after the June 15, 2021 deadline.
____ This event will take place rain or shine. No refunds will be made if vendor decides not to participate because of the weather.
____ Outdoor vendors must supply their own tents, tables, chairs, extinguishers, weights, etc.

____Vendors requiring electricity must provide their own generators and power cords.
Generators should be quiet running so as not to disturb other vendors or the event.
____The Greater Pine Island Chamber of Commerce will not be responsible for vendors
compliance with, including the collection or reporting of, State Sales Tax Laws or Department of Health regulations. But doing so is required of each vendor as applicable.
____ Vendors are expected to pick up after themselves and take their trash with them.
____ Vendors will be required to park “off premises” in the provided/designated area during the event.
____ No vendor is permitted to remove any item not belonging to them from the property.
____Sales of any alcoholic beverage, of any type, is limited to the Greater Pine Island Chamber of Commerce. No other vendor will be allowed to sell alcohol.

***Please read and follow these requirements for vendors that are cooking on site***
• If using a tent, it must be tagged to show flame resistance.
• Fire extinguishers must be readily available with a rating at a minimum of 2A40BC and a
current inspection tag on site.
• Inspections may be conducted at any time before or during the event.
• These inspections will not be performed by the Greater Pine Island Chamber of Commerce but by the Pine Island Fire and other departments.
• Without proper equipment and protection participation may be denied.

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